Myles Delfin Posted 4 months ago How can we improve education in such a way that it promotes, supports, nurture and facilitates creativity? Continued from the post above... Even after a period of time that new graduates have been on the job the effect is still there, you could see from the way they make presentations or manage meetings that they are just trying to fulfil the job description –to make the grade. They make perfect office workers, but for a creative-based job, it’s frustrating for the people who have to work with them. Basically, the new graduates I’ve worked with have never left school. They’re still sitting quietly in class and are just waiting to be given the facts of an assignment. Except now, they expect their client or their boss to act the part of the teacher. This kind of mind-set is good for turn-over but bad for business development efforts later on. The lack of innovative thinking prevents some people from being agile enough to adapt to ever-shifting creative and technological requirements of their work. I think a shift to the method of teaching that you described will improve many of these things.